January 27


Why Failing Is Necessary for Creativity

By Peter Julian

January 27, 2022

We never want to fail especially if we are doing something important. Failing is not all bad however, as it can be a great learning experience for you and others. A lot of people who discovered something didn’t do it overnight. They knew they would fail and set themselves up to get through their failure and grow. Experience failure doesn’t mean you should give up, but rather, you should use that to learn something about the failed venture.

Key Takeaways:

  • We all face failure, but we react to it in very different ways.
  • Research suggests that people place themselves into either a growth mindset or a fixed mindset.
  • Thomas Edison is an example of someone who viewed unsuccessful attempts as steps along the path to an ultimate goal.

“These individuals embrace the belief that you are either born with talent, or you’re not. In short, you’re either in one group or the other.”

Read more: https://www.psychologytoday.com/intl/blog/creative-insights/202112/why-failing-is-necessary-creativity

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